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    Upper Darby Pennsylvania



    Serving Upper Darby PA’s Sharps Disposal Needs

    AdvoWaste of Upper Darby is a leading medical waste disposal company in PA. We maintain full certification with OSHA and fully comply with all PA state and Upper Darby local regulations. Our expertise and professionalism ensure that your regulated medical waste in Upper Darby is disposed of and treated in the proper manner and on your own custom schedule.

    The State of Pennsylvania provides regulatory oversight for medical waste management, including all aspects of handling, storage, treatment and disposal within the state. The Pennsylvania State Department of Health and the Department of Environmental Consideration (DEC) jointly administer the state’s RMW program, each focusing on different responsibilities.

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    Upper Darby PA Medical Waste Resources

    Upper Darby Township Municipal Building
    Municipal hall in Upper Darby
    Garrett Road
    Upper Darby, PA 19082, USA
    Phone: +1 610-352-4103
    Upper Darby Twp Office
    City government office in Upper Darby
    5104 State Road
    Upper Darby, PA 19082, USA
    Phone: (610) 259-3254

    Upper Darby Township Welcome Center
    Immigration & naturalization service in Upper Darby
    7000 Walnut Street
    Upper Darby, PA 19082, USA
    Phone: (610) 734-7784
    Upper Darby Police Department
    7236 West Chester Pike
    Upper Darby, PA 19082, USA
    Phone: (610) 734-7693


    State Regulated Medical Waste Definitions

    AdvoWaste of Pittsburgh PA specializes in the disposal of waste in each category, serving as your facility’s one-stop shop for regulated medical waste removal.

    Public Health Law includes any waste produced by the diagnosis, treatment or immunization of animals or human beings. The law includes five subcategories: cultures and stocks; sharps waste; human pathological wastes; human blood and blood products; and animal waste.

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    Upper Darby is a township in the state of Pennsylvania. It is a home rule township. Upper Darby is west of Philadelphia. Upper Darby is also home to a historic music venue that was built in the 1920’s called Tower Theater. The township has many different housing types. Some of these are populated townhouse sections, tree lined neighborhoods of turn of the century single-family houses and some mid-century developments. Upper Darby Township is the sixth most populous municipality in Pennsylvania. Upper Darby is located about 2.5 miles from downtown Philadelphia, or Center City. It holds the Market-Frankford Line of the SEPTA which is a mass transit system of Philadephia. It is located on 69th Street which is in the heart of the business district. There are also multiple trolley and bus lines that connect the 69th street terminal to all of the major SEPTA lines of Montgomery county as well as Delaware county and Philadelphia.

    Upper Darby has a population of about 82,795 people. 65 percent of Upper Darby is residential and 25 percent is commercial. The other 8 percent is ‘other’. The township is about 7.9 square miles. Upper Darby lies on the edge of Piedmont and is slightly about the city of Philadelphia. There are multiple small creeks that cross the area. Upper Darby consists of Highland Park, Kellyville, Primos, Secane, Westbrook Park, Aronimink, Beverly Hills, and Bywood to name a few of the areas.

    Some historic cities in Upper Darby include; Lower Swedish Cabin, which was listed on the National Register of Historic Places back in 1980. It is believed to be the oldest building in Pennsylvania, and also one of the oldest log cabins in the United States. Another historic site is Collen Brook Farm, which was listed on the National Register of Historic Places, back in 1988. The Collen Brook Farm was the home of George Smith, who was a political leader. Some notable people from Upper Darby include, Tina Fey, Heather Donahue, John Cappelletti, Lloyd Alexander, and William Wharton.

    Upper Darby has 12 public schools and also a Kindergarten Center. These schools have about 12,000 students. There is one high school in the district, which is called Upper Darby High School, two middle schools, which include, Beverly Hills Middle School and Drexel Hill Middle School. the Upper Darby High School is the largest high school in Pennsylvania and has about 4,000 students.

    Besides the public school district, Upper Darby is also home to many private and parochial schools. Monsignor Bonner High School is one, which is for boys and Archbishop Prendergast High School, which is for girls. Besides the two high schools there are also nine parochial primary and middle schools that are located in the Township. Some of these include the St. Lucy Day School for Children with Visual Impairments. There is a combined enrollment of students of about 2,867 people. Almost all of the private schools in the Upper Darby Township are administered by the Archdiocese of Philadelphia, all except for the Holy Child Academy. This is a Catholic academy that is run by the Society of the Holy Child Jesus. The zip codes of Upper Darby are; 19018, 19026, 19036, 19050, 19082, and 19151.


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